December 10, 2012

The Bystander Effect in a New York Subway

Daniel Honan, Big Think


AP Photo

This holiday season two different photographs taken in New York City have gone viral, each one representing seemingly the best and the worst of human nature, respectively.

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TAGGED: Photography, Psychology, New York Post, Bystander Effect

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